#187 1968 Chevrolet Corvette

Bill Shippee, South Beloit, IL

Maroon convertible, 427 cu. in., 400 HP. “Survivor” owned since 1968.

 

#973 1973 Porsche RS

Randy Stenson, Lake Mills, WI

Arguably the most collectible Porsche model in the modern era. The 1973 Porsche 911 RS has a rich racing history and cost $14,000 in 1973, more than the income of the average American in 1973.

 

#216 1965 Porsche 356C Coupe

Gene Gully, Rockford, IL

Original owner all original car 2015 Porsche Parade preservation class winner 2016 milwaukee concours best in class

#194 1947 MG TC

David Huntting, Rockford, IL

A two-seat roadster with right hand drive. The TC was the first sports car that veterans of WW II were exposed to and imported into the USA.. Just 10,000 TCs were produced from 1946 to 1949. This example received an exterior and under the hood restoration from 2003 to 2009, with all the work completed by "Antique Auto". This car has a Stage III engine which produces approximately 70 hp versus the original 56. The color is Bristish Racing Green with an original black leather interior.

#218 1973 Porsche 911T

Jeff Dreebin, Machesney Park, IL

1973 Porsche set up for and has participated in 9 long distance rallies.

#88 1965 Sunbeam Tiger MK1

Arnie Hetzel, Wayne, IL

HISTORY: Maxwell Smart Agent 86 made this Sunbeam Tiger MK1 famous in the TV show “Get Smart” but few realize Carroll Shelby engineered putting the Ford V-8 drivetrain in this British sports car. Shelby made many improvements and these cars are often called “Baby Cobras”. 

 

Features: With 49,000 original miles, this is the first of three Sunbeam’s used by Paramount Studios to film “Get Smart” and is a wonderful example of the first-generation Sunbeam Tiger, original and correct right down to the carnival red paint, black interior with red piping and cross hatched wheel trims.

 

Options: Includes original Los Angeles Tiger (LAT) Valve Covers, Traction Bars, Edelbrock High Rise Manifold, 4 Barrel Carb, Clock & Radio.

May qualify for Sports Car or Special Interest Car Class

#972 1972 Ferrari Dino

Randy Stenson, Lake Mills, WI

Named in honor of Ferrari Founder Enzo Ferrari’s son.

One of the most sought after Ferraris in the world 6-cylinder, mid-engine car created to compete with Porsche’s 911.

#217 1965 Chevrolet Corvette

Gary Pasch, Rockford, IL

1965 Corvette. Only 701 of this model year came equipped with the Rochester Fuel Injected 327 cubic inch engine. This power combination produced 375 horsepower. This car is also equipped with leather interior, teak wood steering wheel, off road exhaust, and aluminum one piece knock off wheels. Only 2% of the total 1965 Corvette production were black in color.

#209 2003 Chevrolet 50th Anniversary Edition

Jeffry Kennedy, Rockford, IL

The 2003 Anniversary Edition only made 7,547 convertibles models with the Anniversary Red Metallic and only 949 with the Light Oak Interior and 871 with the Light Oak top Mine is red with the Oak Interior and top,, The car was delivered in WI and I am the second owner. It has original miles on it,

#180 1956 MG A

Peter Avramopoulos, Rockford, IL

The first year of production for the MG-A. A total of just 13,324 were produced.

#57 1957 Porsche Speed

Rod Gustafson, Loves Park, IL

This car has won many awards. Speedsters are among the most sought-after Porsche’s by collectors.

 

#178 1963 Studebaker Avanti

Kevin Nousianen, Rockford, IL

1963 R1 Studebaker Avanti The first year of production. Purchased in 1985 from Hollywood CA 56,000 original miles never driven in bad weather. The only production 4 passenger car produced in the USA made of fiberglass. Built in South Bend Indiana.

#173 1964 Chevrolet Corvette

Larry Wegner, Rockford, IL

Have completed complete restoration of car myself except finish paint by Fred Zwiger. White convertible with black interior.

#181 1950 Jaguar XK 120 OTS

Ron Schneider, Franklin, WI 

"World's Fastest Production Car" when first introduced.

#302 1964 Chevrolet Corvette

Jim Vandiver, Belvidere, IL

22,000 miles original time capsule purchased from the colection of Chet Krause, founder of Old Cars Weekly, Iola, WI.

#120 1966 Triumph TR$A IRS

Robert Yates, Caledonia, IL

#80 1978 Porsche 924

Darrel Burnett, Milton, WI

• Owned since 1980 • Ground-up restoriation • Has not seen rain or snow since 1984 • Has not seen rain or snow since 1984 • Has not seen rain or snow since 1984 • 1of 11,638 produced in 1978 • The 924 was the rt Porsche with a water-Cooled/Front-Mounted Engine

• Owned since 1980 • Ground-up restoriation • Has not seen rain or snow since 1984 • Has not seen rain or snow since 1984 • Has not seen rain or snow since 1984 • 1of 11,638 produced in 1978 • The 924 was the rt Porsche with a water-Cooled/Front-Mounted Engine

#77 1951 Ferrari 212 Drogo Spyer

Mark Lindman, Belvidere, IL

Mille Miglia 1952 and 1954, originally Vignale Coupe, Rebodied by Drogo in 1962

#100 1957 Ford Thunderbird

Ron and Debbie Mahnke, Rockton, IL

Original/Restored 2DR Removable Hardtop. Best Ford-Stillman Valley, Best Ford-Cancer For The Cure, Top Stock Classic Auto Rama.

#90 1960 Porsche S90

Kurt and Sarah Bell, Rockford, IL

ivory/red coupe, restored exterior, original interior, owned since 1976

#220 1932 Ford 3 Window Deluxe Coupe

Dennis Kutzer, Rockford, IL

1932 3-Window All Steel Henry Ford Coupe TV CAR built by Gas Monkey Garage (FAST AND LOUD) SEASON 1 EPISODE 12 - Chopped and Channeled in the 1950’s – Original rumble seat coupe - Henry Ford steel radiator shell and Grille with original porcelain Emblem - Rebuilt 350ci Chevrolet engine with performance cam